We all have our skincare routines. While being aware that skin health is important, we do everything to cover every aspect of it. But it’s not easy – there’s weather, humidity, UV rays, aging signs […]
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Keats ode to the season of fall speaks of ripeness and apples and the goodness of nature’s seasonal bounty that fall brings along with it. Nature showcases its best before the cold, dry, winter, and it's this nature’s bounty that does wonders for our skin – right before the winter skin woes. It's the perfect time to luxuriate in a homemade spa! Peek into your pantry to pamper yourself from head to toe. Here are 3 simple DIY home spas to revel in!
Papayas! Starting with a super beta-carotene kick, this ‘angel fruit’ is choc-a-bloc with phytochemicals and enzymes, alpha and beta hydroxy acids, Vitamin A and C, and Potassium. This fruit helps in healing dry flaky skin, boosts collagen production and even moisturizes your skin.The papaya's secret ingredient papain, is an enzyme with anti-inflammatory properties that lightens the skin, fades blemishes and scars. It's a gentle exfoliator as it dissolves inactive protein and dead cells on the top layer of your skin. Call it papaya, pawpaw, papaw, papita or pepe- this fruit is an angel for your skin.
Its summer and your skin craves for a holiday from the scorching sun! Your skin needs to feel alive, rejuvenated, clear and happy! How about treating your skin to the season's freshest and coolest produce, whipped up in these DIY summer face masks?
12 Effective Dry Skin Treatments You Can Do At Home- Milk, Oil, Banana, Avocado, Glycerin to your skin's rescue.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner with hearts entwined and roses in full bloom. Take some time out for yourself, get creative and show your skin some real love with these great DIY rose treatments.
As the weekend nears, all you pretty ladies start planning your beauty appointments. While you spend the weekend pampering your skin and getting your purses considerably lighter by paying anywhere between $50-100 for a facial spa, check out these DIY, out-of-your-refrigerator, winter facial masks you can try out at home. These masks cost you less than a dollar!
Fall is the season of Orange, Red and Yellow......Fall is the season of Pumpkins! While you use pumpkin to prepare that delicious soup, do not throw the remains. Instead put them to a better use that will leave your skin soft and supple.
Here are five ways you can incorporate the miracle liquid, vinegar into your skincare routine.
While drug store and makeup counter beauty products might make big claims about hair and skin care, they can also cost an arm and a leg. But you don’t need to spend a fortune to keep your skin and hair looking its best. In fact, you've probably already got all-natural beauty products right in your refrigerator! Guest blogger Marcela shares her insight.